At the age of six she performed with her mother, the duo released three albums under the name Generations (2). She started writing and performing her own music by the age of fifteen.
Holly was signed to Brad Delson's Machine Shop Recordings in 2004 and went to feature on Fort Minor's song "Where'd you go" before she released her first solo album Like Blood Like Honey in 2006.
She changed her artist name to Skylar Grey in 2010 and is currently pursuing her career under the name of Skylar Grey and only stating "Holly Brook is dead" when asked about her past career.
Holly Brook Discography Tracks
- 8 Vocals
- 6 Instruments & Performance
- 21 Writing & Arrangement
- 6 Featuring & Presenting
- 2 Production
- 2 Technical
|Holly Brook||Like Blood Like Honey (Album)||Machine Shop Recordings||US||2005||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|none||Holly Brook||CONNECT Sets (4xFile, AAC, EP, 132)||Machine Shop Recordings||none||US||2005|
|none||Holly Brook||Holly Brook EP (5xFile, MP3, AAC, EP, 128)||Machine Shop Recordings||none||US||2005|
|none||Holly Brook||O'Dark:Thirty EP (CD, EP)||Not On Label||none||US||2010||Sell This Version|